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|Turn & Deal [A1]|
(Colin Walton 1963)
As one movement, 1/2 Tag then turn 1/4 in place toward your initial turning direction.
Ends in a 2 x 2.
From a R-H Two-Faced Line:
From a L-H Two-Faced Line:
From a L-H Wave:
From a One-Faced Line:
Line Of n Turn & Deal [NOL]: From a Line of n (n is an even number, usually 6 or 8). Do a 1/2 Tag in the Line of n, then turn 1/4 in place toward your initial turning direction. Ends in Parallel Lines of n/2.
Any Shoulder Turn & Deal [NOL]: From a Two-Faced Line. Passing the most convenient shoulder (right-shoulders from a R-H Two-Faced Line; left-shoulders from a L-H Two-Faced Line), do a Turn & Deal. Ends in Facing Couples.
Vertical Turn & Deal [C4]: From a non-T-Bone 2 x 2. Vertical 1/2 Tag; Original Leaders Turn an extra 1/4 in place toward their initial turning direction. Hint: Think about doing a Vertical 1/2 Tag & Roll.
Turn To A Line [C2]: From an applicable 2 x 2. As one movement, Zig-Zag, Complete The Tag (Tandem Step Thru) and Turn 1/4 in your initial turning direction. A non-T-Bone 2 x 2 ends in a Line.
Triple Turn [C4]: From a non-T-Bone 2 x 2. Turn To A Line; Turn & Deal; Turn To A Line. Ends in a Line. Triple Turn is a 3-part call.
Single Turn & Deal [C4]:
From a Couple or a Mini-Wave.
As one movement, 1/4 In, Touch, and turn 1/4 toward your initial turning direction.
A Couple ends in Tandem dancers; a R-H Mini-Wave ends in Facing dancers;
a L-H Mini-Wave ends in Back-to-Back dancers.
From a Couple or R-H Mini-Wave, Single Turn & Deal is the same as
Single Wheel [A2]; from a L-H Mini-Wave, Single Turn & Deal
ends in Back-to-Back Dancers whereas Single Wheel ends in Facing Dancers.
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